The ABC's of Air Conditioning

Posted by Madi Crites on Aug 22, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Have you ever read a certain word or an abbreviation on an HVAC company’s website or brochure and had trouble knowing it’s exact terminology? We wanted to provide a glossary of sorts for our customers on some terms we thought could use some explanation! If you think there is a term missing or one you’d like to know more about, please contact us!


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Understanding Humidity Levels: Less is More, More or Less.

Posted by Madi Crites on Jul 19, 2016 8:00:00 AM

 Surviving an incredibly hot, humid day here in Florida is literally just another day in the life of a well-adjusted Floridian. Personally, I think it’s funny when tourists mention the humidity because as a native, I hardly notice the muggy atmosphere anymore. As much as your body may adjust to the swamp-like-standards in certain areas of Florida, your home and your air conditioner never will. It’s important to have the right levels of humidity set in your home, or else humidity could be silently destroying your house.

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Topics: humidity, dehumidistat

DIY: AC Check List

Posted by Madi Crites on Jun 6, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Things to do before calling Tri County Air

As much as we love hearing from our customers and helping them solve problems with their AC units, whether it be over the phone or face to face, we want our customers in South West Florida to have an idea of what they can do for their air conditioners from the comfort of their homes.

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What is a Dehumidistat?

Posted by Kimberly Swanson on Jun 3, 2016 10:00:00 AM

A dehumidistat is a device which controls the humidity levels in the home by communicating with the thermostat to change the temperature.

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Topics: dehumidification, dehumidistat, thermostat

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